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Okay so I got my Pearl on the ceiling...


had to mount via a board connected between to joists (outside the drywall) in other words room was already drywalled/finished. It's on a chief mount.


Messing with it I noticed when my kid ran across the room upstairs the projector/picture was shaking a bit.


My Question:


Will this make my projector go out of whack? Convergence of panels or bulb breakage?


Is there something I can do to absorb the vibration? other than strapping my kid down



or is it something not to worry about.


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I do not see it hurting the projector but it could throw your mount out of wack and your focus. I suppose if it moves violently enough it could be a problem. I got lucky and my "I" beam was at perfect distance so I could ancor there very solid.


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Question about this ceiling plate. I currently have a threaded 1 1/2 NPT conduit that I installed before the drywall was up in my theater ceiling. It extendes about a 1/2 foot past the ceiling, and I screw my current projector mount into it. Unfortunately, I get a little bit of a shake as well when someone is walking above. Could this mount screw into the existing conduit as opposed to attaching it to drywall? I really can't find a good drawing of the mount to exactly tell the mounting options.
 
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